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BCA set on rule changes


WAYNE HOLDER

BCA set on rule changes

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WHEN THE BARBADOS Cricket Association (BCA) meets for its annual general meeting later this year, one of the major changes to the rules governing the association will be a reduction in the number of directors.

BCA president Joel Garner reminded the audience at Friday night’s annual awards ceremony, held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, that the new board will consist of nine members, five fewer than it now has.

“One of the principal features of the 2016 rules is the reduction of the board of directors from 14 to nine. This decision is taken in concert with our desire to apply principles of best practice concerning governance.

“It is a move we hope will redound to the benefit of cricket in Barbados,” said Garner, the current West Indies senior team manager.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.

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